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Correct Option is 1 and 3

Articles 5 – 11 Part II of the Constitution deals with the concept of citizenship. The term citizenship entails the enjoyment of full membership of any State in which a citizen has civil and political rights. Loss of Citizenship The Citizenship Act, 1955 prescribes three ways of losing citizenship whether acquired under the Act or prior to it under the Constitution 1.By Renunciation 2.By Termination When an Indian citizen voluntarily acquires the citizenship of another country, his Indian citizenship automatically terminates. By Deprivation It is a compulsory termination of Indian citizenship by the Central government 1. Citizen has obtained citizenship by fraud 2. Citizen has shown disloyalty to the Constitution of India 3. Citizen has unlawfully traded or communicated with the enemy during a war 4. Citizen has, within five years after registration or naturalization, been imprisoned in any country for two years 5. Citizen has been ordinarily resident out of India for seven years continuously Hence statements 1 and 3 are incorrect and statement 2 is correct.

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